Supporting Associations



The International Association Of Horticultural Producers (AIPH)
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The world’s champion for the power of plants

Since 1948, AIPH has united horticultural producers in an international community that thrives to this day. Much has changed in that time. Technologies advanced, cities rose from the ground, and we have become more connected than ever. As a result, our essential bond with nature has been weakened. AIPH strives to reignite and uphold an appreciation of plants that we believe is a basic human instinct. We support the work of grower associations globally and together we champion a prosperous industry, growing plants that enhance lives, advance societies and sustain our planet, for this generation and the next.


China Arborist Association (CAA) is the first & currently the biggest arborist society in Greater China since 2004.  CAA develops & promotes the arborist profession through public education & media contacts.  We run regular training sessions & seminars in English & Chinese to the qualified professionals, & recommend appropriate overseas training opportunities to our members constantly.  CAA collaborates with various overseas groups to conduct exchange visits, & engages actively in activities that would promote the arborist profession with our counterparts all over the world.  CAA can be found on Facebook, website & other social media.


Green Building Council Indonesia (GBC Indonesia) is an independent, not-for-profit organization established in 2009 by professionals in design and construction industry who are concerned about green building practices. The main focus of GBC Indonesia is to pursue the socialization and transformation of sustainable green principles, particularly in building construction industry in Indonesia. In organizing its activities, GBC Indonesia collaborates with all building stakeholders, including professional, government and private sectors. GBC Indonesia have 3 main programs, there are: training & education, green building certification and stakeholder engagement.


The Asia Pacific Region is a part of the world that has been shaped by maritime journeys, vibrant cultural landscapes and economic innovation and is home to a diverse tapestry of landscape architecture traditions.

International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) Asia-Pacific region is part of the larger network of IFLA consisting of member countries from regions within Africa, Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe. We are connected to over 70 countries across the world and more than 100,000 extended professional members, students, industry partners and academia.

IFLA Asia Pacific Region is currently made up of member associations spread across fourteen countries representing a diverse array of cultures. The cultural landscapes of the Region hold at their core the history of our profession. The richness, diversity and sensitivity of contemporary landscape designs throughout this Region are testament to the extensive history and strong cultural stories and traditions that shape us.


Founded in 1980, IFMA is the world’s largest and most widely recognized international association for facility management professionals, supporting 24,000 members in 105 countries.

This diverse membership participates in focused component groups equipped to address their unique situations by region (133 chapters), industry (councils) and areas of interest (communities). Together they manage more than 78 billion square feet of property and annually purchase more than US$526 billion in products and services.

IFMA (Singapore Chapter) has been working actively with the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) of Singapore. In April 2010 during the inaugural BCAA-IFMA FM Conference, a memorandum of understanding was signed between CEO IFMA, Mr Tony Keane and CEO BCA, Dr John Keung, to explore further opportunities for Facility Managers to participate in endeavours for our building and construction industry.
 


The New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects is the organization that represents the profession of landscape architecture in New Zealand.

We help to develop our members’ skills through our Registration, Awards and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes; set tertiary training standards; and work as the voice of the landscape architecture profession to Government and others.


Since 2009, the Singapore Green Building Council has been forging public-private partnerships to foster innovative industry solutions across the entire building and construction value chain.

Through its green building product and services labelling programmes, SGBC sets high standards and benchmarks for green building solutions both locally and regionally to help build more sustainable cities for better living.

As Singapore’s representative on the World Green Building Council, SGBC actively contributes to the global green building movement by sharing expertise and knowledge during international conferences and events.

The key focus areas of SGBC include:

  • Profiling Singapore as a leading Sustainable Hub in the tropics through Public Education and Industry Promotion
  • Providing a Dedicated Certification Body for Green Building-related Products and Services
  • Creating International Collaboration, and Expanding Global Outreach
  • Enhancing Professionalism and Knowledge in Sustainable Development via Knowledge Creation and Industry Research
  • Inspiring Membership

Members of the above Supporting Association(s), retrieve your promo code to enjoy preferential rates off our International Skyrise Greenery Conference.

If you are interested to become a Supporting Association, please contact Ms. Wong Si Ying at +65 6403 2535 or email siying.wong@singex.com.